The Australian scrum has transformed from a perceived weakness to an undeniable strength in recent times, but England captain Chris Robshaw has urged his troops to attack the Wallabies up front at Twickenham on Saturday.
Ever since Chelsea have had Yokohama on their shirts, they’ve been pants. Tuesday’s Champions League defeat in Porto was another shambles, with the defence looking like they had never met.
London Scottish warmed-up for today’s exiles derby clash with London Welsh with what head coach Peter Richards described as the best win in his time at the club.
Weights and rowing machines will be replaced with high heels and mascara at The Train Station gym on Wednesday.
Figures from the National Housing Federation estimated 974,000 homes were needed between 2011 and 2014, but figures from 326 councils showed 457,490 were built.
Having been at the school for close to 15 years, new headteacher Sean Maher is a familiar face at Richard Challoner.
A full scale boat made from driftwood, an aeroplane made from tea chests and newspaper and a fully restored 1950s car have gone on show in an exhibition celebrating the art of escape.
A Ewell landlord fears proposed residential parking changes will damage his pub's daytime trading.
Members of the Dittons Skiff and Punting Club, by Hampton Court, celebrated the boat’s return by recreating a photograph from 1961, which saw the vessel exiting the Molesey Lock to be met by other club boats on the river.
Proud parents and teachers were on hand to see the unveiling of 150 works by artists aged between three and 17.
More than 5,000 people enjoyed all the fun of the Fayre in Banstead on Sunday.
Consultants warned on March 4 that some drivers "did not even notice the presence of pedestrians trying to cross" at informal crossings in London Road, Hackbridge.
The MR Linac is being built at the Royal Marsden site, funded by a £10m grant from the Medical Research Council.
The County Council could save nearly £200,000 if they used "non-branded" products instead of top-selling "branded" ink and toner cartridges.
This is the third time developer St George has submitted plans for a high-rise on the old post office site in Ashdown Road.